Opening on Friday at Chelsea College of Art and Design, the inaugural artsmart two-dayer is billed as an art and design market where work from graduates of the University of the Arts London will be on sale. There's also an extensive events programme...
Students and graduates can attend more than forty different talks, workshops and advice sessions delivered by industry leaders and alumni including photographer Tom Hunter, production designer Sarah Greenwood, and Big Issue founder John Bird MBE.
Creative Review will also be offering advice on how to get your work in the press, while our art director Paul Pensom takes a session on succeeding in visual communications. Arts Thread, the online creative graduate networking site, will also be exploring the increasing importance of an online portfolio.
Full details at artsmartlondon.co.uk. Here are a few of the piece that will be on sale:
Suits Me Fine by sculptor Lucia Quevedo
Video Killed the Radio Star by Lauren Mortimer
Telephone by illustrator and D&AD New Blood winner, Sroop Sunar
Box Print by artist Mike Ballard
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